Tips for Talking to Your Parent About Financial and Legal Planning After an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

There are more than five million people throughout the United States who are currently living with Alzheimer's disease. If you are the family caregiver for one of these people, it is likely that you have thought about what this disease will mean for your senior's future and for the care that you will need to give them. You already know that you will need to give them additional physical and emotional support, and eventually arrange for continuous care, such as through a ... Read more

What Kinds of Changes Might You Notice in the Early Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease with Your Senior?

So many changes come with an Alzheimer's diagnosis. One that might be more difficult for you and your aging adult to manage can be the communication problems that Alzheimer's can bring. Here are just a few of the ways that your communication might change with your elderly family member. Trouble Finding Words for Common Items Once in a while you may even have trouble finding the right word for an object or concept. On its own, this doesn't mean that you or your ... Read more